I'd get up in the morning at about 7 or so because my classes started at 8:00. I was out the door by 7:30 and hustling off to BLCU. On the way I'd stop and get some street food for breakfast - either a Jian Bing Guo Zi or a little wrap with some meat in it (possibly pork, I didn't want to ask uncomfortable questions). Regardless of what I picked up, it was usually less than 5 RMB, so it was super cheap...and FAST. I tried to get some free language practice with the person making my food, but the opportunity was limited to less than 3 minutes!
The classes were split between two different teachers, so after a few hours of one, they'd swap out. I liked the teachers and the method was a good fit for me. The teachers seemed to genuinely care about helping the students learn, but were relaxed enough to share a laugh every now and then.
In the afternoon I'd usually grab lunch at the university canteen with classmates. The scene there was amazing; it would go from relative quiet to a full-throttle rush of people in about 15 minutes. The food on campus was cheap and the selection was great - everything from everyday Chinese dishes to hotpot, fresh steamed dumplings, noodles, etc. We'd usually talk about the day's Chinese lesson or any plans for sightseeing, etc.
In the evening I'd try to work on some homework and review earlier lessons. The pace was pretty quick (it really was immersion!) so I needed to devote extra time to try and stay up to speed.